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Just For You!: I Can't Take a Bath!

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Paperback published by Scholastic Teaching Resources (Theory an (Scholastic Inc.)

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The JUST FOR YOU!(tm) series features 24 beginning readers written and illustrated by people of color. Young readers will see themselves and their experiences reflected in these delightful books. They will read about how the characters spend their time with family and friends-at home, in school, at the park or barber shop, and other places in their community. These age-appropriate stories include books at three different reading levels. Plus, each book contains instructional-and fun-material for caregivers that targets comprehension and key vocabulary. For use with Grade 1.
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The JUST FOR YOU!(tm) series features 24 beginning readers written and illustrated by people of color. Young readers will see themselves and their experiences reflected in these delightful books. They will read about how the characters spend their time with family and friends-at home, in school, at the park or barber shop, and other places in their community. These age-appropriate stories include books at three different reading levels. Plus, each book contains instructional-and fun-material for caregivers that targets comprehension and key vocabulary. For use with Grade 1.
Product Details
Paperback (32 pages)
Published: April 1, 2004
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Imprint: Scholastic Teaching Resources (Theory an
ISBN: 9780439568524
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